Bristol Groundschool is donating a free commercial pilot’s course to the Air League. The award covers training towards the European Airline Transport Pilot Licence Theoretical Knowledge exams with Bristol Groundschool and is open to any member of the Air League aged between 20 and 35 who already holds a Private Pilot’s Licence.
The Air League is established to enhance national understanding of the importance to the UK of aviation and aerospace, and to excite young people’s interest in these areas by helping them get involved. The Air League Trust is now the major provider of powered flying, ballooning, gliding and engineering scholarships and bursaries to young people and disabled veterans.
Alex Whittingham, Managing Director of Bristol Groundschool said, “We are great admirers of the Air League and so are delighted to help by providing a free course to one of its members, a further stepping stone on their journey to becoming a commercial pilot.”
Full details of the award can be found on Bristol Groundschool’s website www.bristol.gs. Applications are open until the end of February.
Bristol Groundschool is a provider of theoretical knowledge training for commercial pilots in Europe. Based near to Bristol, UK, the company provides distance learning courses to pilots studying for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Commercial Pilot’s Licences and provides training materials to partner schools throughout Europe and beyond.
Bristol Groundschool will be exhibiting at the Professional Flight Training Exhibitions in Dublin on 14 March and in London on 25 April.